Updated: 📆 2017-09-29.
🎉🐱 purrr-tiest cheat sheet
purrrpackage makes it easy to work with lists and functions. This cheatsheet will remind you how to manipulate lists with purrr as well as how to apply functions iteratively to each element of a list or vector. The back of the cheatsheet explains how to work with list-columns. With list columns, you can use a simple data frame to organize any collection of objects in R.
So, I thought we’d celebrate with a bit of a
purrr 🐦 tweet roundup:
purrr tutorial: lessons and examples by Jenny Bryan
Labeling Data with purrr by Jason Becker
Measuring Gobbledygook by Julia Silge
Use quick formula functions in
purrr::map (+ base vs tidtyverse idiom comparisons/examples) by Bob Rudis
Make ggplot2 purrr by Bruno Rodrigues
Managing many models with R by Hadley Wickham
The Many-Faced Future by Henrik Bengtsson
purrr workshop by Charlotte Wickham
Pur(r)ify Your Carets by Rahul Sangole
PURRRty PowerPoint with R by Len Kiefer
This is a far cry from an exhaustive collection. If you’ve written something you think belongs here, send me a tweet 🐦 (@dataandme), or leave a comment. Blogging isn’t exactly the best format for updated lists, but I’m hoping to cook up a better method soon!